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nRF51822 Evaluation Kit for Bluetooth Low Energy BLE4 and 2.4GHz Wireless Communication

nRF51822 Evaluation Kit for Bluetooth Low Energy BLE4 and 2.4GHz Wireless Communication
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  • Model: BE-001447
  • Weight: 80.00g
(GST +18%Extra)


  • Onboard 'slot, support a variety of power supply.
  • Lead all IO, work user function extension.
  • Onboard a CP2102, work was debugging by the user.
  • Onboard LED the and keys, compatible with the official allocation of resources, work for the user operation.

NRF51822 is an ultra low power wireless applications (ULP wirelesss applications) of multi - protocol single chip solutions. It integrates the Nordic first - class wireless transmitter, at the same time support Bluetooth (R) low energy and special 2.4 GHz protocol stack.


  • The main control chip: nRF51822
  • The Communication short: 30 m (condition: the empty area / 1 m rate)
  • The Working frequency: 2.4 GHz
  • Operating voltage: 2.0 V to 3.6 V
  • Temperature range: - 40 ° ~ 85 °
  • Size: 24.5 mm x 32.26 mm (PCB)
  • Interface: in addition to the P0.26 and P0.27, all I/O Interface
  • The Row needle spacing: 2.00 mm
  • On both sides of the row needle spacing: 18.00 mm
  • Can Antenna: be used on - board can Antenna. Be used


  • Wining 2.4 GHZ radio frequency agreement

  • The 32 - bit ARM processor architecture (M0

  • A 128 - bit AES hardware encryption processor

  • 256 KB flash / 16 KB of RAM

  • PPI programmable peripheral interface

  • A fully functional digital interface: SPI/I2C/UART

  • 10 the ADC

  • Programmable output power: + 4 DBM to - 20 DBM

  • Application development and completely independent in the protocol stack

  • Fully compatible with NRF24L series

  • Compatible with NRF51xxx series tube feet

  • Global independent power management

  • Working voltage range (1.8 V to 3.6 V)


  • Wearable devices

  • Bluetooth intelligent application

  • Mobile phone peripherals

  • The RF smart radio tags

  • Intelligent household appliances

  • Industrial control

  • The Data acquisition system

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